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  • Abortion Coverage Highlights Major Problems in Obamacare

    by Emily Minick

    September 15, 2014: Open enrollment for Obamacare, beginning on November 15th, is rapidly approaching. This means time is running out for hopes that transparency will be brought to abortion coverage in Obamacare plans on the exchanges.

  • The Anti-Jobs HHS Mandate

    by Emily Minick

    March 25, 2014: The Obama administration claims their focus this year is getting America back to work, yet their actions speak louder than their words.

  • Government Funding Increases Use of a Product or Service: Abortion is No Different

    by Emily Minick

    January 29, 2014: Only days after hundreds of thousands came to Washington to participate in the annual March for Life, marking the 41st anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 7, the "No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Act" by a vote of 227-188.

  • Still waiting for an Obamacare exemption

    by Emily Minick

    December 08, 2013: If there's one thing that Americans and special-interest groups can agree on these days, it's that they want to be exempted in some capacity from Obamacare. Barely a day after its passage, individuals, businesses and other groups began to line up in the hopes of being waived from Obamacare's mandates. One by one, the Obama administration has exempted countless businesses, unions and now even health care plans the law deems noncompliant with its new standards. With 54 percent of likely voters disapproving of the law, it is no wonder the exemption line is so long.

  • Operation Pro-Life Cities, Mission One: Albuquerque

    by Emily Minick

    November 18, 2013: The citizens of Albuquerque are taking the old saying, All politics is local to a new level. On November 19 the residents of Albuquerque will vote on a first of its kind city ordinance, the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Ordinance, which, if passed, would legally protect unborn babies 20 weeks after fertilization from late abortion. If passed, Albuquerque would be the first municipality to enact this kind of pro-life ordinance in the nation, making it truly historic.

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